You know she really must have been a biatch. Her use of capitals in someONE confirms it even before the pro golfer/golf pro moment. His capitals are very enthusiastic, her’s are very snide, even though they just set up a big fail moment.
Every golf resort in the country has “golf pros”. They’re usually decent golfers that offer lessons and show off to the locals. I’m also guessing that most of them have actual jobs that they work, at least a few hours per week.
Professional golfers make their money on tournaments and winning prize money for playing well there.
@Boz, A bit better about the world. Don’t get too carried away.
@Steve-o, yeah, that was surprising, haha.
I’ve used 99% correct grammar in my posts so far. This has caused the incredibly understanding and nice lamebook commenters to ignore a minor error when they slip past my fingers. Hmmm, wait, no, that’s not right, I have no idea why no one corrected that, haha.
Well, I guess you just did. Ok, all is right with the world again.
Umm, yes it does just turn into ‘eeu’, that’s the point. That’s what syllables are – sounds, not spelling. You count them based on how many ‘beats’ the word has when you say it out loud, so in a language like English, the written word is fairly irrelevant. ‘iam’ or ‘ian’ is often pronounced as one syllable, as in “Asian” (2 syllables).
Anyway, no worries, mate.
(*runs away before getting a virtual slap for nerding up lamebook*)